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If you think spending a week in the wilderness means subsisting on days-old gorp, flavorless noodles and whatever you can catch or forage, you’re in for a scrumptious surprise. With a little bit of preparation you can eat quick, easy gourmet meals on the trail — and be the envy of all your trailmates.Gourmet backpacking dinner recipes

If you think spending a week in the wilderness means subsisting on days-old gorp, flavorless noodles and whatever you can catch or forage, you’re in for a scrumptious surprise. With a little bit of preparation you can eat quick, easy gourmet meals on the trail — and be the envy of all your trailmates.
Gourmet backpacking dinner recipes

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